By Ralph Cotton
HE CAN'T move domestic AGAIN
After Cray Dawson is helping convey down the Talbert Gang, he profits the recognition of a shootist. yet Cray doesn't think about himself a gunfighter. All he desires to do is mosey on domestic to Somos Santos, Texas, and come again to chasing dogies.
Trouble is, Somos Santos has replaced considering that Cray final walked its dusty streets. There's a brand new sheriff on the town by means of the identify of Lematte, and the one legislation he retains is his personal. With a military of vicious outlaws using shotgun as deputies, Lematte has town lower than his thumb—until Cray comes to a decision to utilize his undesirable reputation...
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I know one thing,’ she said. ’ ‘One day, I’ll take you in a carriage,’ he called after her. ‘Be serious,’ she said. 59 Gracie & the Emperor-pp 31/3/03 3:13 PM Page 60 Nine Something was keeping Gracie awake at night. She couldn’t get Bonaparte out of her head. All the fear and hatred she’d felt before he came was mixed up with what she’d seen of him at The Briars. Now, she didn’t know what to think. She wished he’d never come to the island. She wished she’d never heard of him. Yet life for her was no worse than it had been before he arrived.
He waved his arms and pointed, and the maids bumped into one another hurrying to please him. ’ Gracie did her work and kept out of the way. When 32 Gracie & the Emperor-pp 31/3/03 3:13 PM Page 33 she finished the washing-up that night, she wiped her hands on her dress and looked towards Mrs Pratt. ‘See you tomorrow, Gracie,’ she said. So she still had a job. Once again, she began the long walk home. As she took a shortcut across the lawn, a lamp flickered on the path to the Pavilion and she saw a short, stout figure, followed by the lamplighter with a lantern.
He slammed a drawer shut behind the counter. ’ ‘Sorry, eh! ’ ‘Something happened. ’ He waited for her answer. ‘I ... I was frightened... and I thought... you’d told me, the man was evil. ’ ‘Didn’t you think of us! ’ He banged his fists on the counter. Small tins of food bounced in the air and crashed down again. 29 Gracie & the Emperor-pp 31/3/03 3:13 PM Page 30 Gracie jumped in fright, though he’d done it many times before. ’ Gracie gazed at his pale eyes and at the small hands gripping the counter.
Between Hell and Texas (Gunman's Reputation, Book 2) by Ralph Cotton